Is there anything more refreshing than popsicles on hot summer days? I don’t think so! These homemade vegan popsicles are the perfect summer treat. All recipes are easy to make and are much healthier than store-bought popsicles.
Wow! It has been pretty hot lately. The only thing that helped with the heat was popsicles! And by popsicles I don’t mean the sugar-loaded popsicles you can buy in the grocery store! No, I mean homemade and healthy popsicles in all colors and flavors!
I teamed up with some fellow food bloggers and put together a stunning list of 22 super refreshing vegan popsicles.
Don’t they look amazing? Some of them are so insanely pretty, I could just stare at them the whole day. Or just eat them all at once. I think that’s actually the better solution. Haha!
So as I already said, we got so many different flavors:
- watermelon, peach, strawberry, rhubarb, pineapple, raspberry, cantaloupe, and even kiwi – I think we got most fruits covered in this popsicle roundup!
- then we also got some super creative vegan popsicles like Banoffee ice cream pops, green tea, or acai bowl breakfast popsicles
- oh and let’s not forget about the adult only boozy popsicles
So let’s get started…
22 Super Refreshing Vegan Popsicles
These tropical green smoothie popsicles are the perfect treat for hot summer days. We make them all the time! They are sweet, healthy, and packed with nutrients. Even kids love them!
These cherry pineapple popsicles by Erin from Platings and Pairings prove that cherry and pineapple are the perfect match. Just look at these bright colors! Make sure that the pineapple you’re using is perfectly ripe for a sweet taste.
Aren’t these lemonade and fruit popsicles by Jessica from Coffee and Crayons super beautiful? Jessica used homemade lemonade, fresh fruit, and oven-roasted strawberries to make them. They’re pretty easy to make. And they’re fun to make, especially with your kids!
Don’t you love the combination of raspberries and chocolate? I sure do! These raspberry coconut smoothie popsicles by Lauren from Lauren Caris Cooks look like such a nice summer treat. And the best thing is that they are made without refined sugar and dairy.
Healthy popsicles are the best refreshment on hot summer days! And in contrast to store-bought popsicles, these homemade popsicles are completely sugar-free and contain lots of vitamins and nutrients. And the best thing is you need only 10 minutes to make them!
Don’t these chocolate raspberry ice cream bars by Kat from The Loopy Whisk look pretty decadent? Kat created a beautiful marbled effect. And just look at that smooth and thick chocolate shell! Yummy!
These pineapple lemonade ice pops by Courtney from Courtney’s Sweets look insanely refreshing! They’re fresh, healthy, and very easy to make. To make these pineapple popsicles even sweeter, Courtney recommends using Meyer lemons which are sweeter than regular lemons.
Jenn from Peas and Crayons was inspired by Starbucks’ “iced passion tango” iced tea when she made these green tea hibiscus pops. The only thing that is better than iced tea is frozen tea! So refreshing!
Don’t these easy protein fruitsicles by Shashi from Savory Spin look absolutely gorgeous? Shashi used a protein drink as the base for these pretty and healthy popsicles!
I love chia pudding, but I’ve never thought of using it to make popsicles! Maryanne from The Little Epicurean used coconut chia pudding for her popsicles that make an easy and healthy breakfast treat for hot summer days. And I mean how cool is it to have popsicles for breakfast?!
It’s too hot for pie? Then just make these banoffee ice cream pops by Natalie from Feasting on Fruit instead! Natalie used banana ice cream and homemade healthy toffee to make them.
Popsicles for breakfast? Yes! This really is a thing with these açaí granola breakfast popsicles by Lauren from Lauren Caris Cooks!
Yes, please! These watermelon margarita popsicles by Natasha from Salt and Lavender are perfect to relax on your patio after a long day at work! They’re naturally sweet with a bit of tequila.
I love wild strawberries! They’re so much sweeter than regular strawberries and super cute. And just look at the color of these wild strawberries coconut milk popsicles by Kristina from Vibrant Plate!
Another refreshing popsicle recipe! These easy cantaloupe lucuma popsicles by Bianca from Elephantastic Vegan are sweetened with rice syrup and lucuma powder. Maybe you haven’t heard of lucuma powder yet. It’s a low-glycemic sweetener and it contains a lot of nutrients.
These açaí breakfast popsicles with chia, granola, and berries by Marina from Yummy Mummy Kitchen make a great snack of breakfast. They’re packed with nutrients!
These peach melba popsicles by Dini from The Flavor Blender just scream summer! Dini pureed whole peaches with skin to achieve this blush pink color.
I love roasted peaches! But I’ve never thought of using them for popsicles like Jessica from Coffee and Crayons did. Don’t her roasted peach and cherry coconut popsicles look super delicious?
Strawberry and rhubarb is the perfect spring combination! And these strawberry rhubarb coconut milk popsicles by Jenn from Veggie Inspired look super creamy and refreshing!
Another great boozy popsicle recipe! Don’t these peach sangria popsicles with prosecco by Kelly from A Side of Sweet look super refreshing? The popsicles are inspired by Kelly’s favorite cocktail.
And of course we also need some vegan chocolate popsicles in this collection of vegan popsicles. These creamy chocolate avocado fudgesicles by Elaine from Eating By Elaine look so creamy!
These strawberry coconut milk popsicles by Deborah from The Harvest Kitchen are packed with flavor. And to make them look extra fancy, Deborah dipped them in dark chocolate and rolled them in toasted pistachio nuts.
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I hope you enjoy these vegan popsicles as much as I do! Don’t forget to pin or share this post so you have these dairy-free popsicles ready when you need them!
If you give any of these recipes a try, I’d love to know what you think about it. Just leave me a comment below. Your comments really make my day!